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  • Provide highlights of various social events within CED & at the university Emphasize the social atmosphere of the college Mention honor societies & community service clubs in CED If a CED student representative is at the presentation, s/he will speak about this slide Other Clubs: Assoc. of African American Student Educators (AAASE) Education Council (EC) – An umbrella leadership organization for all College of Education student clubs. Elementary Education Organization (ELMO) Epsilon Pi Tau – Honor Society for Technology Education Kappa Delta Pi – Honor Society for Education NC Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCCTM) National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Student Ambassadors Student NC Association of Educators (SNCAE) Technology Education Collegiate Association (TECA)
  • U.S. News & World Reports 2010 Ranks NCSU as #39 In “Top Public Universities” Nationally (list shows 64 total) -  ONLY OTHER NC PUBLIC UNIVERSITY ON LIST = UNC-CHAPEL HILL U.S. News & World Reports 2009 Ranks NCSU #3 in “Best Overall Public University Value” 2009 NCDPI IHE Bachelor Performance Report notes that NCSU produces more math & science teachers than any other university in the UNC System. NCSU Survey taken in 2009 states that 95.1% of CED graduates were working/grad school within the 1 st year after graduation; 77.6% working/grad school within 0-6 months; NCDPI Survey of 2009 NCSU CED graduates notes 65% employed within a year (Based on the same NCSU survey) 91.2% of CED graduates were still employed as of 2009 NC State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson, former NC State Superintendent of Public Instruction Mike Ward, and former US Assistant Secretary of Education and Mississippi State Superintendent of Schools Henry Johnson are College of Education Ed.D. graduates, as are numerous Community College Presidents in NC and elsewhere General College Statistics: 159 total freshman students 129 females, 30 males Average weighted GPA: 4.21 41% Graduated in top 10% of class Average SAT Score (Math/Verbal) – 1157 States represented: 8 High Schools represented: 116
  • Emphasize that many of the programs allow students to earn multiple licensures or in some cases multiple degrees. Emphasize all programs utilize “21 st Century Teaching/Learning” NOTE: 1) Click the “NCSU” icon on the right to skip the slides on individual programs 2) Click the name of the specific program to skip right to a specific page 3) Click the “NCSU” icon on any of the specific program pages to come back to this slide w/ the list of programs All include student teaching & field experiences CHASS Offers: French Education (K-12) Spanish Teacher Education (K-12) English (9-12) History 5-year Advanced Degree (MAT) Agricultural Education (7-12) Concentrations offered: Agribusiness Management Agricultural Engineering Technology Agronomy (Crop/Soil) Animal Science Horticultural Science Natural Resources Poultry Science
  • 2 Licenses = Business information technology AND marketing education (grades 6-12) Minor = automatic Graduates qualified to teach classes such as = Business Law; Computer Applications; e-Commerce; Sports & Entertainment Marketing; Business Technologies; Keyboarding; Business Computer Technology
  • Math Concentrations = math, computer science, statistics Science Concentrations = biology, chemistry, earth science, physics Dual = math & science middle school Degrees =B.S . Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science or Physics (9-12) Middle Grades Science Education (6-9) Middle School Mathematics Education (6-9) High School Mathematics or Science Education (9-12) Double major in Science Ed + Science; Math Ed + Math MATH Degree  Sample Career Titles, Sample Work Settings Mathematics Teacher High School or Middle School High Inventory control specialist Manufacturing company Computer programmer Software company Statistician Government agency Underwriter Insurance company Revenue agent Internal Revenue Service Science Degree  Sample Career Titles, Sample Work Settings Science teacher, High school or middle school Laboratory technician, Hospital or clinic Sales rep, Pharmaceutical or biotech company Computer programmer, Software company Contract administrator, Governmental agency Environmental educator, Nature preserve, aquarium, botanical garden
  • The content of Technology, Design & Engineering Education is organized around systems such as construction (buildings and structures), manufacturing (labor, tools, and materials), transportation (the movement of people and products from place to place), and communication technology (graphic and electronic systems of communication) Tech Ed Dgree  Sample Career Titles Sample Work Settings Technology Education, Teacher Public Schools Construction supervisor, Residential construction company Engineering Technician, Military base Electronics Technician, Electronics laboratory Production Supervisor, Manufacturing facility Manufacturer·s representative, Consumer products company
  • Featured Study Abroad Programs = Czech Republic Guatemala Ireland China Australia United Kingdom/England Italy Ghana/Togo/Benin Mexico Other cross cultural opportunities on campus: Alexander Global Village Office of International Services (English club, etc) Multicultural Student Affairs
  • Highlight various campus events and resources such as the Office of Multicultural Affairs & the Office of Diversity; Diversity Coordinator
  • Emphasize SSAC & “family feel”

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  • By PresenterMedia.com COLLEGE of EDUCATION
  • What are you looking for in a college? COLLEGE of EDUCATION
  • We have a good time! COLLEGE of EDUCATION CAMPUS SPORTING EVENTS! CONCERTS! HUNDREDS OF STUDENT CLUBS! TRADITIONS & EVENTS!
    • One of the BEST Public Universities!
    • One of the TOP PRODUCERS of MATH & SCIENCE teachers in the state!
    • Our graduates GET HIRED !
    • Our graduates MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
        • SAT/ACT scores
        • Overall GPA & Rank
        • Level/ difficulty of courses taken
        • Extracurricular activities (especially leadership roles & community service)
    WE’RE ONE OF THE BEST! COLLEGE of EDUCATION
    • Business & Marketing Education
    • Math &/or Science Education
    • Technology, Engineering & Design Education
    • Elementary Education
    • Middle Grades Language Arts & Social Studies Education
    OUR PROGRAMS:
    • We offer the flexibility needed to make you most marketable (& hirable)!
    COLLEGE of EDUCATION
    • Earn 2 teaching licenses!
    • Be prepared to go into the classroom OR a career in business!
    • Minor in Business Administration in the College of Management!
    Business & Marketing Education Grades 6-12 COLLEGE of EDUCATION
    • Earn licensure in Math &/or Science Education!
    • Able to earn TWO DEGREES!
    • Choose between middle or high school licensure!
    • Choice of specific area of concentration!
    Math & Science Education Grades 6-9 or 9-12 COLLEGE of EDUCATION
      • Technology teachers are in high demand across the state & country!
      • Teach various classes that prepare students to utilize 21 st century technology!
      • Use your artistic skills in the Imaging Technology class!
      • Get creative with audio/video design in the Communications Technology class!
    Technology, Engineering & Design Education Grades 7-12 COLLEGE of EDUCATION
      • STEM focused!
      • Be fully prepared to teach ALL SUBJECTS at the Elementary Level!
      • Gain valuabale experience working with elementary schools in the community!
    Elementary Education Grades K-6 COLLEGE of EDUCATION
    • Earn 2 LICENCES by completing 1 program!
    • Schools strongly desire teachers who are able to teach more than one subject!
    • Upon graduating from the program you’ll be a highly marketable candidate!
    Middle Grades Language Arts & Social Studies Education Grades 6-9 COLLEGE of EDUCATION
  • All licensure programs include an extensive student-teaching experience! COLLEGE of EDUCATION All students will begin their field experience as early as sophomore year!
  • Study Abroad & Cross-Cultural Opportunities COLLEGE of EDUCATION
    • Study Abroad Scholarships
    • Take classes in another country!
    • National Student Exchange (Puerto Rico, Hawaii, etc.)
    • Alternative Spring Break Service Trips
    • Campus-based Cross Cultural Opportunities
  • Diversity! COLLEGE of EDUCATION
      • Over 100 different High Schools!
      • Almost a dozen different states!
      • Various countries & languages!
      • Varying religions, ethnicities, & races!
  • Community COLLEGE of EDUCATION
    • Small college within a large university!
    • Dedicated Student Services Team!
    • Personal advisers to guide you throughout your college career!
    • A network of alumni & community resources!
  • NC State Teaching Fellows COLLEGE of EDUCATION SAY Village
    • 4 Year Scholarship!
    • Leadership, cultural enrichment & service opportunities!
    • Close-knit community of scholars!
    • Unique Living-Learning Community!
    • Dedicated to community service!
    • Tutor/mentor young students in the community!
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    Become a Member of the Pack! COLLEGE of EDUCATION